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Safety Fest TN | April 27 - May 1, 2020
Safety Fest TN | April 27 - May 1, 2020

Safety Fest TN welcomes the City of Oak Ridge as a Champion Sponsor

Safety Fest TN is a week of over 100 safety & health classes, sessions, and demonstrations – all FREE to everyone who registers! See below for more Safety Fest TN info but for now…

Thank you City of Oak Ridge

Oak Ridge was built under a cloak of secrecy by the United States government during World War II as a major site of the Manhattan Project, the massive wartime effort that produced the world’s first atomic weapons.  In 1942, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers bought an estimated 60,000 acres of rural farm land to construct a “temporary” city and three facilities to develop technology that ended the war.  After the war, Oak Ridge transitioned from a “temporary” military town into an independent city and became self-governing in 1959 as residents voted overwhelmingly in favor of incorporation under a modified city manager-council form of government.

The City of Oak Ridge is located in the eastern part of the State, approximately 22 miles northwest of Knoxville. The City occupies a southern portion of Anderson County and an eastern portion of Roane County. Oak Ridge borders the Clinch River’s navigable waterway for 42 miles along the shores of Watts Bar and Melton Hill Lake.

Safety Fest TN

Safety Fest TN provides a week of free safety and health training annually in Oak Ridge, and Knoxville, Tennessee, and is dedicated to the mission of making the region the safest place to work and live in the United States. The classes, demonstrations, and sessions are free to all who register to ensure that everyone has the opportunity to learn safety and health skills.

The event will be held April 27 – May 1, 2020 at multiple locations in Oak Ridge and Knoxville, Tennessee. It is the combined efforts small and large businesses; local, state, and federal agencies; colleges and universities; and non-profit organizations.

“Safety at work, at home, and in the community.”

Last year’s event included 127 free safety classes, sessions, and demonstrations. The 134 instructors and presenters were graciously provided by 141 organizations, just like yours, giving back to the community. Your organization can partner, sponsor or provide resources too – showing commitment to safety at work, at home, and in the community!

Class schedule launches and online registration starts March, 2020.

Exhibition spaces and sponsorship opportunities are available now!

For more information visit: https://safetyfesttn.org